#12 Ox | Flame



People born under the Ox are known for diligence, dependability, strength and determination. These reflect traditional conservative characteristics.

Having great patience and a desire to make progress, Oxes can achieve their goals by consistent effort. They are not much influenced by others or the environment but persist in doing things according to their ideas and capabilities.

Before taking any action, Oxes will have a definite plan with detailed steps, to which they apply their strong faith and physical strength. As a result, people of the Ox zodiac sign often enjoy great success.

They are sometimes stubborn and stick to their own ways.

Wood Oxes (1925, 1985)

People born in a year when the Wood element coincides with the Ox sign are restless, never hesitate to do what is right, and are always ready to defend the weak and helpless. Therefore, they can look after their friends selflessly in times of trouble. They never stop to offer flattery and, as a result, they always offend others due to their straightforward and upright character, which is a disadvantage.

Water Oxes (1913, 1973)

Ox sign Water element people are realists with keen observational abilities, tenacious characters, and wild ambitions, and they can make full use of resources around them to reach their goals. They don’t waste much time and energy on unimportant things due to their practical perspective of life; instead, they attach more importance to their financial and social status.

They can achieve their goals in life due to their abilities and great resolution.

Earth Oxes (1949, 2009)

People of the Earth element and an Ox year are honest and prudent with a strong sense of responsibility, and they attach great importance to the equitable distribution of benefits when cooperating with others. They have an accurate appraisal of themselves, noting both the advantages and disadvantages. They never make any offhand promises or do anything beyond their ability; however, they keep every promise that they have made, and try their best to succeed.

Fire Oxes (1937, 1997)

People with the Fire element and Ox sign for their birth year are short-sighted, selfish, narrow-minded, impersonal, practical, and always shy away from close friendships. They work hard to learn professional skills at an early age to have gained some achievements by middle age. They benefit from having wisdom but are vulnerable to temptations from the outside world due to a lack of decision-making skills.

Gold Oxes (1961, 2021)

Ox sign people with the Gold element also corresponding to their birth year are always active and busy, and are also highly respected due to their good relationships with others. They are rich and honorable from an early age, live steadily at middle age, and enjoy a comfortable life in old age.

Flame, the color associated with the Ox, is a captivating and vibrant hue that blends the warmth of peach with the fiery intensity of red.

This peachy red evokes passion and enthusiasm. It adds a touch of playfulness and charm to any outfit.

Red, in Tibetan Culture, is considered an auspicious and powerful color. It is associated with life force, fire, and the life-sustaining energy of the sun. Red is often used in Tibetan Buddhist art and ritual objects to represent the passion and wisdom of enlightened beings.

The peachy red color we are describing is vibrant and warm, making it a versatile choice for various color combinations. Here are some suggestions for color pairings that can complement and enhance the beauty of this shade:

 Pairing Flame with neutral tones like Wild Daisy and Cladonia can create a clean and sophisticated look. These neutrals allow Flame to stand out without being overpowering.

The deep and calming tones of Genziana provide a lovely contrast to the vibrant Flame. This combination is both sophisticated and visually appealing.

For a more earthy and natural feel you can pair Flame with Artemisia or Shaded Fern. This combination is both warm and balanced, evoking a sense of harmony inspired by nature.

The cool tones of Bright Surprise create a striking contrast with the warmth of Flame. This combination is visually stimulating and can be both modern and refreshing.

But if you want to create a more harmonious and analogous color scheme, pair Flame with a softer, muted pink like Lotus Blossom and Cherry Blossom.  This combination is feminine and soothing.

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Category: Composition:

100% Tibetan Wool


3.5 – 5.5 mm (US 4-9)

Weight (gr) / (oz):

100 g / 3.52 oz

Lenght (mt) / (yds):

300 mt / 328 yds

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